Bachelor of Arts
undergraduate program offers a broad-based training in the visual arts.
In addition to course work, internships give first-hand experience in
such areas as graphic design, museology, exhibition planning, and
community art programs. Students planning to pursue graduate study at
some point in their careers should work closely with their advisers to
select appropriate course work beyond the 36-hour requirements of the
major, thus gaining a competitive edge in the application process at
the graduate level.
The Department of Art offers seven concentrations:
Last Modified: December 4, 2011